To Catch a Thief

  • Dir: Alfred Hitchcock

  • USA, 1955, 106minmins, DCP

  • Cast: Cary Grant, Grace Kelly, Jessie Royce Landis

Suspense, betrayal, memory and love in a Hitchcockian fairy tale with all the bubbles of fine champagne. Cary Grant, the debonair (but honest?) cat burglar and Grace Kelly, the spirited American heiress visiting the French Riviera. Myriad twists and turns speed along coastal roads, sparkle at society parties and dangle from dark rooftops. And the year the film was released, Kelly returned to the Riviera as part of the American continent at Cannes, and met the Prince of Monaco who would take the fairy tale to a whole new level.

1956 Academy Awards, Best Cinematography


    In-theatre Screening

    • 2017-02-11 (Sat)
      2017-03-05 (Sun)


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